Thursday, October 30, 2014

Photos from Corky's Vacation

Corky visits the World's Largest Purple Spoon
The World's Largest Fork
and the World's Largest Spider.

Wednesday, October 29, 2014

Catch this FREE Book!

Caught Off Guard: Encounters with the Unexpected God is a book where the writer draws from various events in Scripture to show how God extended mercy to someone who didn't deserve it, or exhibited His power and might in unprecedented ways.

The book is divided into four major sections: God shows you his heart; God calms our fears; God provides what you need; and God radically transforms you. The book is written from a decidedly Christian viewpoint, as the author spends the bulk of each chapter discussing a certain passage of Scripture or a specific event. I found the footnotes helpful for following the portion of Scripture referenced. At times the author did a superb job in intermingling Bible stories with real life stories, dealing with the same scriptural principal. More often than not, however, the flow of a chapter was unnatural as he attempted to weave the Biblical principle into everyday life.

This book is best read in little chunks and with plenty of time to reflect upon what was just read. At the end of every chapter the author gives you four groups of questions to challenge you to own the chapter's content. For example, at the end of the chapter titled "Are you growing in humble honesty?," the author asks "What are some godly reasons to evaluate the negatives of your life?" This is an excellent question not only for the reader to meditate on, but also could be the beginning of a lively discussion with someone.

Armchair Interview says: A quiet read for personal reflection.

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FREE Book for Oil of ya!

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Just for Laughs #332

There's something Finney going on around here.
Maybe a caption will explain everything...

Think about it...


Saturday, October 25, 2014

Arminian Antics #144 (that's gross!)


Royal Comment with British Humour

The Queen has sent her first ever comment to Calvinistic Cartoons while opening an information technology gallery at the Science Museum.
The message, which went out at 11:49 pm to the 419 followers (and the Google Plus members) of the Calvinistic Cartoons blog, read: "Look! Isn't that Mary Poppins? NO...wait a second...that's the Queen of England, I tells ya!  Elizabeth R." 

Thursday, October 23, 2014

Cos Play or Cos Work?

While in Dallas for a book signing, (see Saturday, October 18 post) Corky and I visited Calvinistic Cartoon fan, Forest Stump, to see the costume he created for a Harvest Festival at his church. Needless to say, we were impressed! 

Just for Laughs #331

A caption might help explain what's going on.

Random Word Writing Challenge #65

Use da woids ta writes da story

Tuesday, October 21, 2014

Monday, October 20, 2014

Halley's Comment

Successful blogging is not about one time hits. It’s about building a loyal following over time. Anyone out there got the time?                                                             (thanks to David Aston)

Arminian Adventure Magazine


Sunday, October 19, 2014

Getz the FREE Book!

The body of Christ can’t be all that it should be unless we mature in our interpersonal relationships as the Bible commands. Building Up One Another has been helping believers do just that since 1976, when Gene Getz first published what has since become a best-selling classic. This book, the cornerstone of the well-known “One Another Series,” has now been thoroughly updated and rewritten, drawing upon Dr. Getz’s church planting and “building up” experience. It also includes a personal and group study.

Explore with Dr. Getz twelve significant “one another” commands of the New Testament, and follow the practical steps for developing them in your own life and in the life of your church. It’s a long-term building process, but one that pleases God and reaps rewards not just in this lifetime but in the next.


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Heart Medicine


Sunday, October 12, 2014

David Crane (1 of 6)

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The Adventures of David Crane, Young Minister, was a daily strip that began on February 27, 1956. For the next six days I will post a sample of this newspaper strip. The world has changed a great deal since then. This kind of comic strip would not stand a chance in our inclusive world today. 

Tuesday, October 7, 2014

FREE BOOK! ('twas a gift)

Almost forgot...Get it HERE!

Just for Laughs #329

Remember the Calvinisitic Cartoons K.I.T. (Keep It Theological)
Someone will have fun with this one!

Anonymous Fan Photo

This was sent in by one of our anonymous fans two hours ago.
I can't take credit for it, even though since it is from a time-traveler, it could very well be me. 
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